Nowrie Surname Ancestry Results
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|Associate Members of the Institution of Mining Engineers (Assoc. M. I. Min. E.)
The Institution of Mining Engineers was established 1 July 1889 and incorporated by royal charter 9 February 1915. This list of members is corrected up to 28 December 1949. Five grades of members are listed: Honorary Members (Hon. M. I. Min. E.); Members (M. I. Min. E.); Associate Members (Assoc. M. I. Min. E.); Students (Stud. I. Min. E.); and Associates (Assoc. I. Min. E.). The grade of Associate Member comprised all persons who were registered as associate members on 31 January 1933: every candidate for admission to that class after that date must be a person at least 23 years of age who either must be 'engaged in pursuits of a character which in the opinion of the Council are likely to lead up to qualification as a Member'; or who 'by his position and attainments, has contributed to the advancement of the science or practice of mining engineering'. The members' names are listed alphabetically (in bold) by surname and christian name, with full address. On the right hand side are initials indicating to which federated institute he or she belonged: M. C., Midland Counties Institution of Engineers; M. G., Manchester Geological and Mining Society; M. I., Midland Institute of Mining Engineers; N. E., North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers; N. S., North Staffordshire Institute of Mining Engineers; S. S., South Staffordshire and Warwickshire Institute of Mining Engineers; and S. W., the South Western Society of Mining Engineers.
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